Home Page of Dr. Myron Hlynka,
Queueing Theorist
Coordinator, Master of Actuarial Science Program, University of Windsor.
Graduate Committee Chair, Dept. of Math & Stat, University of Windsor
Most recent update: August, 2016.
MITACS Project. Supervisor: Dr. M. Hlynka, U. of Windsor
The Mitacs Globalink Research Internship is a competitive initiative for International Undergraduates from Australia, Brazil, China, France, India, Germany, Mexico, Saudi
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Apply by September 20, 2016, at 4 p.m. PDT for travel to Canada starting in May
2017.
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MITACS Internship Project 1. Queueing with Invisible Customers
Queueing systems may have some customers which are invisible to an observer. For example, an observer may be at a remote location from a line of cars
and the front part of the line may be blocked from view by a building. As another example, a recent trial cancer treatment is based on the fact that
cancers have a shroud that makes them invisible to the body's immune system. The treatment is actually a mild viral infection that removes the shroud
and allows the immune system to fight the cancer. In both examples, the queue is observed only when the queue length reaches a threshold level which
make it detectable (the cars visible beyond the building and cancer makes the patient sufficiently ill to require medical treatment, which detects
cancer). The purpose of the project is to build a mathematical model for queues with invisible customers and to study the amount of time required to
move from the first detection of the queue to an empty system (all the cars are served, and the cancer is cured).
MITACS Internship Project 2: Queueing with Vacations for Health Models
This project examines queues which change the service rate parameter,
if the number of customers in the system stays below a particular level for
a sufficiently long period of time. Recent research indicates that a “fasting diet”
can be helpful for those suffering from multiple sclerosis. The same concept
can be applied to queues of customers for which a server vacation/break can revitalize the
server, who can then return and work with a faster rate. The optimal
service break length will be studied as a function of the change in the
service rate before and after the break.
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Give an
example
of a word in the English language with five consecutive vowels.
The answer is QUEUEING!
(Please do NOT use the alternative spelling QUEUING.)
Q: If you had a preemptive priority system with seven low priority
customers in the system, and a high priority customer arrived and
bumped the low priority customer from service, what name (from a
Disney movie) would be appropriate to describe this situation?
A: No Wait and the Seven Dwarfs!
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Dr. Myron Hlynka
Dept. of Math. & Stat.
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario, Canada N9B 3P4
Phone (519)2533000 Extension 3014
Fax: (519)9713649
email:
hlynka@uwindsor.ca
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Office Address: 9114 Lambton Tower
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M. Hlynka CV.
For Wintert Term, 2016 (SeptemberDecember)
I am teaching 65555 (Regression) and
65376 (Stochastic Operational Research)
and I am supervising 1 PhD student and 4 Master's degree students,
and two "Outstanding scholars."
I am the academic coordinator of the MActSc program. I am the undergraduate
advisor. I am also
working on various research projects and continue with my
regular administrative duties.
Professional Accreditation and Memberships:
P. Stat. (Professional Statistician).
There are only 125
accredited statisticians in Canada.
Canadian Operations Research Society (CORS)
(This links to the CORS home page.)
Statistical Society of Canada (S.S.C.)
(This links to the SSC home page.)
INstitute For Operations Research and Management Sciences(INFORMS)
(This links to the INFORMS home page.)
American Statistical Association (A.S.A.)
(This links to the ASA home page.)
Mathematical Association of America (M.A.A.)
(This links to the MAA home page.)
Research Interests
My research interests in queueing theory include control of
queueing systems, parallel queues, queue joining strategies,
queueing applications in health (cholesterol,
attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder), queueing applications
in sports (when to remove a goalie in a hockey game),
double ended queues, reversible queues, queueing applications in
telecommunications, and queueing applications in health services.
I also have research interests in inventory theory,
robustness, random truncation, Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods,
preprocessing, and the "secretary problem."
Graduate Students Supervised

Andrew LUONG, M.Sc.(Statistics), University of Alberta, 1983
Master's Paper: Some Results in Reliability Using DeathImmigration
and Renewal Processes
 WaiHang POON, M.Sc.(Computer Science),
University of Windsor, 1991, cosupervised with Dr. Henry Toews
Master's Thesis: Dynamic Scheduling Strategies for Pseudo Parallel
Queues: Observing Queues Before Joining
http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/etd/1798/
 Richard SCHELL, M.Sc. (Statistics),
University of Windsor, 1994
Master's Paper: A Queueing Model for Cholesterol
(University of Windsor Gold Medalist  October, 1995)

Steve DREKIC,
M.Sc. (Statistics), University of Windsor, 1995
Master's Paper: Conditional Maximum Distributions and Random
Truncation
Currently a professor in the Dept of Statistics and Actuarial Sciences at
the University of Waterloo.

Kirk ROY, M.Sc. (Statistics), University of Windsor, 1997.
Master's Thesis: A Probabilistic Interpretation of Laplace
Transforms
 cosupervised with Dr. Richard Caron
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/ftp01/MQ31000.pdf

Mathew CHANDLER,
M.Sc. (Statistics), University of Windsor, 1997.
Master's Thesis: A Situational Analysis of the Sacrifice Bunt
in Baseball
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/ftp01/MQ30937.pdf
 Luat BUI,
M.Sc. (Mathematics), University of Windsor, 1997.
Master's Thesis: New Results in Partition Theory
http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/etd/2848/
 Todd BRAITHWAITE,
M.Sc. (Statistics), University of Windsor, 1997.
Master's Thesis: A Two Dimensional Bin Packing Algorithm.
 cosupervised with Dr. Richard Caron
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/ftp01/MQ30932.pdf
 Wayne HORN, M.Sc. (Statistics), 1999.
Master's Thesis: Laplace Transforms of Order Statistics of Erlang
Random Variables
 cosupervised with Dr. Percy Brill.
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk1/tape10/PQDD_0014/MQ52571.pdf

Yingchun LUO
M.Sc. (Statistics), 2000.
Master's Major Paper: A Doubly Stochastic Inventory Model.
 Matthew HAEHNEL. M.Sc. (Math), 2001.
Master's Major Paper: A Modified Runs Test and the Stock Market.

Bashar ZOGHEIB. M.Sc. (Stat), 2002.
Master's Major Paper: SAS and Approximations to the Standard Normal
Cumulative Distribution Function.
 Yong Xiang WU. M.Sc. (Stat), 2003.
Master's Major Paper: M/M/c/c Queueing Systems and Parking Lots.
 Huiling XIONG. M.Sc. (Stat), 2003.
Master's Major Paper: Inequalities for a Parking Lot Queueing Model.
 Yi Bei ZHANG. M.Sc. (Stat), 2004. (cosupervised with T. Traynor)
Master's Major Paper: Convergence and Stochastic Stability of One Step
Methods for Stochastic Differential Delay Equations.
 Wen MIN. M.Sc. (Stat), 2005.
Master's Major Paper:
vv
Exploratory Statistical Study of EBay Textbook Auctions.
 Xiaoyong WU. Ph.D. (Stat), 2005. (cosupervised with P. Brill)
Some Retrial Queueing Models.
 Jing TANG. M. Sc. (Stat.) 2005. Control of Queues with Unknown
Completion Time.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/jingtangmajorpaper.pdf
 Chinthanie RAMASUNDARAHETTIGE. M.Sc. (Stat). A Comparison of
Several Queueing Software Packages. 2006.
v
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/ramamajorpaper.pdf
 Dongfang CHANG. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2006.
Major Paper:
Queues which Form Prior to Opening of Service Facility.
 Tolulope SAJOBI. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2008.
Thesis. Markov Transition Matrices and
Fibonacci Numbers (126 pp.)
(Vanier Scholarship Winner)
 Qianying WU. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2008.
Major Paper: Some
Properties of First Passage Distributions.
 Waqas ZUBERI. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2009.
Major Paper: A
Survey of Markov Applications to Medical
Conditions. 2009.
 Rifat JAHAN. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2009.
Major Paper:
Queueing Control and Laplace Transforms.
cosupervised with Percy Brill
 Shan XU. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2010.
Major Paper:
Some Results on Transient Queues.
 Qian JIANG. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2011.
Major Paper:
Construction of Transition Matrices for Reversible Markov Chains
 Mubeen HUSSAIN. M.Sc. (Stat.) 2011.
Major Paper:
Time to Ruin for Loss Reserves.
 Victoria CHERNOUKHOVA. M.Sc. student. 20122013.
Major Paper:
Markov Chain Analysis for Vehicular LeftTurning
Lanes
 Qianqian WANG. M.Sc. student, 20122013.
Major Paper:
Comments on Level Crossing Methods
cosupervised with Percy Brill

Bingsen YAN. M.Sc. student., 20122014.
Major Paper:
Laplace Transforms of Busy Periods in Queues
 Zishan HUANG, M.Sc. student 20142015 . Major Paper:
Probabilistic Laplace Transform Inversion.
 Ziwen AN, M.Sc. student 201415. Major Paper: Reliability Results
using Probabilistic Interpretation of Laplace Transforms.
 Chi Ho CHEUNG, PhD student. 2011. In progress.
c0suervised with Percy Brill
 Qian JIANG, PhD student. 2011. On leave.
cosupervised with Percy Brill
 Dongrui LU. M. Sc. student 2015 . In progress.
 Chong LIU. M. Sc. student 2015 . In progress.
 Xinwei LIU. M. Sc. student 2015 . In progress.
 Anthony Wright, M. Sc. student, 2015 . In progress
Undergraduate NSERC/ MITACS Summer Award Students Supervised
 Waihang POON, 1989
 Karen LUCIER Hill, 1990
 Nicole LEMIRE, 1990, cosupervised with Dr. R. Caron
 Kar WONG, 1992
 Steve DREKIC, 1993
 Kirk ROY, 1995, cosupervised with Dr. R. Caron
 Jon CASEY, 2002.
 Deborah LOACH, 2005, cosupervised with Dr. R. Caron
 Laura HURAJT, 2006.
 Anna CYLWA, 2007.
 Michelle CYLWA, 2008.
 Samantha MOLINARO, 2009.
 Sheng BI, 2015. (MITACS intern from Nanjing University, JulySept, 2015)
http://www.mhikari.com/ams/ams2016/ams142016/p/hlynkaAMS142016.pdf
Refereed Publications:
 Hlynka, M. and Sheahan, J., 1986, Optimal Control
Relating to the Excess of one Poisson Process over Another,
Utilitas Mathematica, pp. 217230.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/utilitas217_230.PDF
 Hlynka, M. and Sheahan, J., 1987, Controlling Rates
for a Double Queue, Naval Logistics Research Quarterly, V.
34, pp. 569577.
 Hlynka, M. and Sheahan, J., 1988, The Secretary
Problem for a Random Walk, Stochastic Applications and Their
Applications, V. 28, pp. 317325.
 Hlynka, M., Sheahan, J. and Wiens, D.P, 1990, On the
Choice of Support of ReDescending PsiFunctions in Linear
Models with Asymmetric Error Distributions, Metrika, V. 37,
pp. 365381.
 Caron, R.J., Hlynka, M. and McDonald, J.F., 1992, On
the Best Case Performance of Hit and Run Methods for
Detecting Necessary Constraints, Mathematical Programming V.
54. pp. 233249.
 Khasnabish, B., Ahmadi, M., Hlynka, M. and Shridhar,
M., 1993, Trading Nodal Storage Capacity with Incremental
Transmission Capacity IEEE Transactions on Communications.
Vol. 41, pp. 11471150.
 Khasnabish, B., Ahmadi, M., Hlynka, M. and Shridhar,
M., 1993, Trading Nodal Storage Capacity with Incremental
Transmission Capacity in Suprahighspeed Packetswitching
Nets, Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer
Engineering, Vol. 18, pp. 7180.
 Hlynka, M. and Wang, T., 1993. Comments on Duality
of Queues with Finite Buffer Size, Operations Research
Letters, V. 14, pp. 2933.
 Hlynka, M., Stanford, D., Poon, W. and Wang, T.,
1994. Observing Queues before Joining, Operations Research,
V. 42, pp. 365342.
http://www.jstor.org/action/showBasicSearch
 Khasnabish, B., Ahmadi, M., Hlynka, M., and Shridhar, M.
1994. Design and Evaluation of a Smart Congestion Level Indicator
for a Large Group of Queues in ATM Networks, Proceedings of 1994
IEEE GLOBECOM, (refereed) V. 1, pp. 156161.
 Stanford, D. and Hlynka, M., 1996. Observing
General Service Queues Before Joining, Operations Research
Letters, V. 18, pp. 237245.
 M. Hlynka, S. Drekic and G. McPhail, 1997, A Non
Monotone Waiting Time Queueing Model,
Utilitas Mathematica, 52, 8389.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/utilitas1997_8389.PDF
 P.H. Brill and M. Hlynka, 1998, A Single Server NLine
Queue in which a Customer May Receive Special Treatment,
Stochastic Models. 14, 905931.
 P.H. Brill and M. Hlynka, 2000. "An Exponential Queue with Competition
for Service," European Journal Of Operational Research (126)3 (2000) pp.
587602.
 J.C. Fedoruk, D. Paterson, M. Hlynka, K.Y. Fung, M. Gobet, W. Currie,
2002. "Rapid OnSite Defibrillation versus Community Program." Prehospital
and Disaster Medicine, V. 17:2, pp. 102106.
http://pdm.medicine.wisc.edu/172pdf/102106Fedoruk.pdf
 M. Hlynka and L. Mandziuk. 2002. A Queueing Model for Attention
Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. Proceedings
of SCI 2002, The 6th World MultiConference on SYSTEMICS, CYBERNETICS AND
INFORMATICS. Orlando, Florida. July 1416, 2002, Volume IV, 243248.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/orlando.pdf
 P. Brill and M. Hlynka, 2002. A Geometric Interpretation of 2x2
Markov
Transition Matrices. Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences. Volume 14,
2002. 159174.
http://www.mathcs.ucmo.edu/~mjms/2002.3/brill.pdf
 M. Mandelbaum and M. Hlynka, 2003. Job Sequencing Using An
Expert. International Journal of Production Economics, 85, 389401.

M. Hlynka and M. Mandelbaum, 2003. Improving Computer Processing
Efficiency by Sequencing. Chapter 33, of monograph High Performance Computing
Systems and Applications, Kluwer Publishers, edited by Robert Kent and
Todd Sands, pp. 313327. Proceedings of the 2001 15th Annual Symposium on High Performance
Computing Systems and Applications.
 X. Wu, M. Hlynka, P. Brill, J. Wang. 2005. "An M/G/1 Retrial Queue
with Balking and Retrials during Service." IJOR (International
Journal of Operational Research), V. 1, 3051.
 M. Mandelbaum, M. Hlynka, P. Brill. 2007. "Nonhomogeneous
Geometric Distributions with Relations to Birth and Death Processes."
TOP (Journal of the Spanish Society of Statistics and Operations
Research). Volume 15, pp. 281296.
If your university has access to Springer publications, you can view a
copy at
http://www.springerlink.com/content/a6303772r58x0722/
 M. Hlynka and T. Sajobi. 2008. "A Markov Chain Fibonacci Model."
Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences.
Volume 20. No. 3. pp. 186199.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/hlynkasajobiams.pdf
 M. Hlynka, W. Horn, R.Schell. 2008.
Branching Processes with a Common Extinction Probability.
International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics. V. 45, No. 2,
175185.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/ijpam175_185.PDF

C.K. Cavas, L. Cavas, M.B. Yokes, M. Hlynka, R. Schell, and
K. Yurdakoc
2008. A Novel Application of Queueing Theory on the Caulerpenyne Secreted
by Invasive Caulerpa taxifolia (Vahl) C.Agardh (Ulvophyceae, Caulerpales):
A Preliminary Study.
Mediterranean Marine Science, VOLUME 9, NUMBER 1, JUNE 2008. pp. 6775
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/mediterranean2008.pdf
 M. Mandelbaum and M. Hlynka (2008) Examples of Applications of
Queueing Theory in Canada. INFOR, 46(4) 2946.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/2008infor29_46.pdf
 M. Hlynka, L. Hurajt, M. Cylwa. 2009. Transient
Results for M/M/1/c Queues via Path Counting.
International Journal of Mathematics in Operational Research.
Volume 1, 2009, 2036.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/ijmor2009.pdf
 P.H. Brill, M.L. Huang, M.Hlynka. 2009.
Note on an
Inventory System with Decay. IAENG International
Journal of Applied Mathematics, Volume 39 Issue 3, 171174.
http://www.iaeng.org/IJAM/issues_v39/issue_3/IJAM_39_3_05.pdf
 M. Hlynka, P.H. Brill, W. Horn. 2010. A Laplace Transform Method for
Order Statistics of Erlang Random Variables.
Probability and Statistics Letters. V. 80, 918.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6V1D4XBX70J1&_user=1010624&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&_docanchor=&view=c&_acct=C000050266&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=1010624&md5=f3f8aad0e3eb0b3bf62b7e851d36ae93

Jerome Cohen, Xue Han, Anca Matei, Vara Parameswaran, Robert Zuniga, Myron
Hlynka. 2010. Rats' VisualSpatial Working Memory: New Object Choice
Accuracy as a
Function of Number of Objects in the Study Array.
Learning and Motivation, v 41 pp. 125140.

Marvin Mandelbaum and Myron Hlynka. 2009. A History of Queueing in
Canada before 1980. INFOR. 47, pp. 335353.
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/68731872/HistoryofQueueingTheoryinCanadaPriorto1980

Hlynka, M. 2011. The M/M/1 Queue. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9780470400531.eorms0891/full

Percy H. Brill, Myron Hlynka. 2012.
Server Workload in an M/M/1 Queue with Bulk Arrivals and Special Delays.
Applied Mathematics, 2012, 3, 21742177. Vol.3 No.12A
http://www.scirp.org/journal/am
 Myron Hlynka. 2014. Queueing Theory. Encyclopedia of Social Network
Analysis and Mining. Springer. 14721483.
 Myron Hlynka. 2015. MCMC and the Fibonacci Distribution. Accepted for
publication in Communications in Statistics  Simulation and Computation.
 Sheng BI and Myron Hlynka. 2016.
Preprocessing and Cross Border Traffic. Applied Mathematical Sciences,
Vol. 10, 2016, no. 1, 13  22
http://www.mhikari.com/ams/ams2016/ams142016/p/hlynkaAMS142016.pdf
List of Technical Reports:
 Hlynka, M. and Sheahan, J., 1987, Optimal strategies
and Poisson Distribution, Technical Report, 4 pp.
 Caron, R.J., Hlynka, M., and McDonald, J.F., 1988,
Minimizing the Expected Number of Trials in the Coupon
Collector's Problem, Windsor Mathematics Report 8803,
5 pp.
 Hlynka, M., 1988, Perishable Inventory Units with an
Assignment Time, Windsor Mathematics Report #8806,
(Technical Report), 46 pp.
 Hlynka, M. 1988 A Discrete Analog to the Method of
Stages, Windsor Mathematics Report #8811, 17 pp.
 Hlynka, M., Sheahan, J.N., and Wiens,D.P, 1989, On
Deleting Influential Responses Under a Model of Asymmetric
Errors in Regression, University of Alberta Technical Report
#8925, 6 pp.
 Hlynka, M. and Poon, W.H., 1989, A Computer Program
for Parallel Queues, Windsor Mathematics Report #8911
(Technical Report) 18 pp.
 Hlynka, M. and Poon, W.H., 1989, Properties of the
Steady State Probabilities of Two Parallel Queues, Windsor
Mathematics Report #8912, (revised July, 1990), 14 pp.
 M. Hlynka and Wang, T., 1990, Comments on Duality of
Queues with Finite Buffer Size, Windsor Mathematics Report
#9004, 14 pp.
 Wang, T. and Hlynka, M., 1990, Two Parallel Queues
with Partial Jockeying, Windsor Mathematics Report, #9006,
15 pp.
 Hlynka, M., Poon, W.H., and Wang, T., 1990,
Observing Queues before Joining, Windsor Mathematics Report
#9007, 24 pp.
 A.Atmani, R.Caron, M. Hlynka, R.Lashkari, and N.
Lemire, 1992, School Bus Scheduling, A Preliminary Report.
Windsor Mathematics Report #9204, 61 pp.
 M. Hlynka and C.K. Wong, 1993, An Improved Queue
Joining Strategy, Windsor Mathematics Report #9301, 10 pp.
 S.V. Majety, M. Hlynka, and R.S. Lashkari, 1993,
Determining the Number of AGV's in Assembly Line Processes.
 P.H. Brill and M. Hlynka, 1993, The "Who's Next"
Queue with Two Lines, Windsor Mathematics Report, 9308, 21
pp.
 D.A. Stanford and M. Hlynka, 1993, Observing General
Service Queues Before Joining, 16 pp.
 P.H. Brill and M. Hlynka, 1994, A Single Server NLine
Queue in which a Customer May Receive Special Treatment,
Windsor Mathematics Report, 9403, 21 pp.
 M. Hlynka, S. Drekic and G. McPhail, 1994, A Non
Monotone Waiting Time Queueing Model, Windsor Mathematics
and Statistics Report 9405, 10 pp.
 L. Mandziuk and M. Hlynka, 1995, A Queueing Model for
AttentionDeficit / Hyperactivity Disorder, Windsor
Mathematics and Statistics Report 9502, 18 pp.
 M. Hlynka, 1995, Statistical Distributions Arising in
Perishable Inventory, Windsor Mathematics and Statistics
Report 9503, 12 pp.
 K. Roy and M. Hlynka, 1995, Queueing in APL, Windsor
Mathematics and Statistics Report 9504, 13 pp.
 J. Henderson and M. Hlynka, 1995, Risk Aversion and
the Selection of a Target for Quality, Windsor Mathematics and
Statistics Report 9505, 11 pp.,
 R.J. Caron, M. Hlynka, and K. Roy, 1995, Warranty
Expense Forecasting using Operations Research, Report to
Chrysler Canada Ltd., Windsor, Ontario. 22 pp. (Propietary)
 K. Roy and M. Hlynka, 1995, Queueing Theory Applied to a
Traffic Light Problem, Windsor Mathematics and
Statistics Report #9514, 18 pp.
 M. Hlynka, 1995, Book Review of "Weighted Approximations in
Probability and Statistics", by M. Csorgo and L. Lajos.
Interfaces, Sept.Oct., 1995, pp. 213214.
 P. Brill and M. Hlynka, 1997, "A Geometric Interpretation of
Markov Transition Matrices", Windsor Math and Statistics Report,
#9701, 10 pp.
 P. Brill and M. Hlynka, 1997, A Multiple Server "Who's
Next?" Queue, Windsor Math and Statistics Report, #9703, 14 pp.
 P. Brill and M. Hlynka, 1997, Companion Results to L = lambda W,
Windsor Math and Statistics Report, #9801, 6 pp.
 M. Hlynka, W. Horn, R. Schell, 1999. Branching Processes and
Fibonacci Numbers. Windsor Math and Statistics Report, #9902,
9 pp.
 K. Roy, M. Hlynka. and R. Caron, 1999. Laplace Transform for
the Busy Period of an M/G/1 System, Windsor Math and Statistics Report,
#9905, 7 pp.
 J. Casey and M. Hlynka. 2002. The Parrondo Paradox and Queueing.
Windsor Math and Statistics Report,
#0202, 13 pp.
 M. Hlynka and D. Loach. 2005. Generating Uniform Random Points in a
Regular $n$ Sided Polygon. WMSR #0502. 8 pp.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/Ngon.pdf
 M. Hlynka. 2006. Introduction to the Statistical Language R.
WMSR #0604. Revised 2008.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/HlynkaIntroToR.pdf
 M. Hlynka. 2007. Some Examples of Graphics in the Statistical
Language R. June 13, 2007.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/RgraphicsHlynka.pdf
 M. Mandelbaum, M. Hlynka and P.H. Brill, 2006. Nonhomogeneous
Geometric Distribution Representations and Queueing. WMSR #0603.
(appeared in TOP: Spanish Operational Research Society Journal
Volume 15, 2007, pp. 281296.)
 M. Hlynka and L.M. Hurajt. 2006. "M/M/1 Transient Queues and Path
Counting." WMSR #0605.
http://web2.uwindsor.ca/math/hlynka/hlynkahurajt.pdf
 M. Hlynka and P.H. Brill. 2007. Stability in M/M/1 Queues with
Reneging.
WMSR #0709
 M. Hlynka and P.H. Brill. 2008. "A Result for a Counter Problem."
WMSR #0801.
 M. Hlynka and M. Cylwa. 2009.
Observations on the MetropolisHastings
Algorithm." WMSR #0906.
 M. Hlynka and S. Molinaro. 2009.
"Calculating Transient Probabilities of an M/M/1 Queue: R
program and Test Bank." WMSR #0907.
 S. Molinaro and M. Hlynka. 2009.
Comparing System Times In An Unordered Two Queue network.
WMSR #0908.
 B. Zogheib and M. Hlynka. 2009.
Approximations of the Standard Normal Distribution. WMSR #0909.
 S. Molinaro, M. Hlynka, S. Xu. 2011
Two Unordered Queues. ArXiv 1108.1179, 17 pp. WMSR #11.03
 P.H. Brill and M. Hlynka. 2015. Service Time in Variants of
Workloadbarrier
M / G / 1 Queues. WMSR #1501.
Manuals
 M. Hlynka, Statistical Packages at the University of Alberta,
1983, 153 pp.
 M. Hlynka, A Brief Introduction to Queueing Theory, 1994,
61 pp.
If you are interested in having Dr. Hlynka as a guest
speaker, please contact him by email
at hlynka@uwindsor.ca
Other Activities:
 Member of the organizational committee for the
ORSA/TIMS Annual Meeting in Detroit in October, 1994.
 Member of the organizational committee for the
Canadian Operations Research Society (CORS) National Convention
in Windsor in 1999.
 Member of the organizing committee for the 16th International
Workshop on Matrices and Statistics. 2007. Windsor, Ontario.
 local organizer from the Putnam Mathematical Competition at the
University of Windsor since 1986. In the earlier years, this was done
jointly with Dr. Michael Selby. After Michael retired, this was done by
MH alone until 2006, after which the Putnam was locally organized
jointly by MH and
Dr. Wai Ling Yee.
 Chief organizer of CanQueue 2009 (Canadian Queueing Conference)
in Windsor, August, 2009.
 Local administrator of the SOA Actuarial Exams, since 2002.
 Arranged annual visits, from 19952012, by
Towers Watson/ Watson Wyatt Company
personnel to U of W to discuss actuarial careers.
Other Neat Links
 For an interesting set of articles and biographies on the history
of mathematics housed at the University of St. Andrews
in Scotland, click on
Math History.
 Mathematical Geneology (Who was your advisor's advisor?)
http://www.genealogy.ams.org/
 Are there any males out there who have wondered about tying
their ties when they dress up in a suit? See
http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~ym101/tie/aps97tie.html
 For an entertaining online magazine about mathematics, from Cambridge
University, visit
http://plus.maths.org/
If you enjoy this kind of mathematics, we would enjoy having you as a
student at the University of Windsor.